— lewdjaw

An exhibition of old and new works by the artist lewdjaw which will include (probably); 2 broken paintings, a fake light switch, an LED sign, 1 mural, 2 trodden on sculptures, 2 stools and a big vinyl of the word SKOOL.

The exhibition is called OPEN/CLOSED.
Whether an exhibition is open or closed is probably the least a visitor can expect from a visit to look at some art, and visitors to this exhibition can expect an LED sign which explains thoroughly which category this show falls into. Visitors that like fumbling at light switches will also get a kick out of the show and can expect to spend some time looking at the works on display in a well-lit room. Two new sculptures feature, which link closely to the artist’s broken paintings; which are being shown only for the second time. The artist, who regularly works with vinyl, has had a very large vinyl produced of the word SKOOL, it’s derived from a logo from the side of some school buses in Bristol. There may also be some other works in the show.

lewdjaw (b.1990 Loughborough) lives and works in Bristol. He is co-director of East Bristol Contemporary and lectures at the University of Bristol Fine Art Society and leads the EBC Night School. Recent exhibitions include: it’s ok, Spike Island Testspace, Bristol (2017); East Midlands Today, Two Queens, Leicester (2017); eeeeeeeee, CBS Gallery, Liverpool (2017); EBC Bomb Factory Takeover, The Bomb Factory, London (2016); Future Late, Tate Modern, London (2016); Platform, Modern Art Oxford (2013). Upcoming solo exhibition: The Number Shop, Edinburgh (2019).

The exhibition will be open 1-5pm on: 07/04/18, 14/04/18 and 21/04/18. Open by appointment on all other dates until the 21st April.

Note: Serf is not accessible by wheelchair. If you have any requirements to visit please email